My 1990 Volvo Won't Start After Turning It Off?

Answer As the old saying goes, if your car won't start, you've either got no fuel or no spark. While this is an oversimplification, it does provide a good starting point for determining why your 1990 Volv... Read More »

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1990 Volvo 740 Troubleshooting?

The 1990 Volvo 740 features a four-cylinder 2.3 liter engine. Volvo introduced the vehicle series in 1982 and continued to manufactured it until 1993. Routine, regular maintenance allows your Volvo... Read More »

How to Test a 1990 Volvo ECM?

The 1990 Volvo "200" and "700" series cars have a reputation for safety and years of dependability. However, the more mileage a car accumulates, the more likely it is components will fail, and the ... Read More »

Where is the fuel pump on my 1990 volvo 740 gl?

The 1990 Volvo 740 GL has a design quirk shared by nearly every Volvo of that era: dual fuel pumps. The first pump is a low-pressure unit located inside the fuel tank, which feeds the "main" pump u... Read More »

How to Replace Rear Lights in a 1990 Volvo?

One of the common maintenance issues with many vehicles is replacing the rear lights. Sometimes the bulb pops and needs to be changed, and other times the entire lens is damaged. Here's how to repl... Read More »